Re: [gtk-list] Bad Accesws again
- From: Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com>
- To: Linus Gasser <urba2544 urbanet ch>
- Cc: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Bad Accesws again
- Date: 27 Aug 1998 11:29:43 -0400
Linus Gasser <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I had this problem already once:
> ** ERROR **: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied)
> serial 35384 error_code 10 request_code 129 minor_code 3
> I get it with the testgtk-programm when I click on shapes (and several others).
> Someone told me to get a non-Redhat-kernel and it would be OK. It was, but just
> for 1 reboot!
> The next time I did a reboot I got the same error again.
Hmmm, are you sure that the second time you booted you used the
new kernel, not your original one?
[ I don't think Redhat vs. non-Redhat kernels would make a
difference, but rebooting again certainly shouldn't make a
> Also Xaos and MTV give me the same error. As I understood up to now
> it has to do with virtual-memory-space in X-Windows.
This is a (non-GTK+-specific) problem with the X shared memory
extension. If you configure GTK+ with the --disable-shm flag,
this should solve the problem for GTK+. (The GTK+ shipped with
RH 5.1 for the Alpha platform is configured in this manner.)
I have a vague memory that this problem may have been fixed
in the 2.1 kernels, but don't trust me on that one.
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